NeuAc

NeuAc

Abbreviation for N-acetylneuraminic acid.
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Mercedes uttered a cry which made the tears start from Monte Cristo's eyes; but these tears disappeared almost instantaneously, for, doubtless, God had sent some angel to collect them -- far more precious were they in his eyes than the richest pearls of Guzerat and Ophir.
Ay,' said Evans, 'but I will spin you a queerer yarn than that'; and he went on to tell me how he had found in the far interior a ruined city, which he believed to be the Ophir of the Bible, and, by the way, other more learned men have said the same long since poor Evans's time.
Possibly the severest struggle was waged on Ophir, the veriest of moose-pastures, whose low-grade dirt was valuable only because of its vastness.
In the Rinkabilly watershed, eighty miles away, he built his reservoir, and for eighty miles the huge wooden conduit carried the water across country to Ophir.
to get rid of his scattered holdings on the various creeks, and without thanks to any one he finished his conduit, built his dredges, imported his machinery, and made the gold of Ophir immediately accessible.
And when he let the word go out, the Guggenhammers vied with the English concerns and with a new French company in bidding for Ophir and all its plant.
Even great Ophir, with its thousand men on the pay-roll, closed down.
Katrina Metzler, executive director of the NEUAC, says the LIHEAP was funded at $3 billion in fiscal 2017, the current fiscal year.
Katrina Metzler, executive director of the NEUAC, said LIHEAP was funded at S3 billion in fiscal 2017, the current fiscal year.
NEUAC chairman John Rich said the funding would build upon President Obama's LIHEAP budget request.
pneumoniae excrete neuraminidase, which catalyzes the hydrolysis of NeuAc residues from glycoproteins, explaining the apoC-III hyposialylation profile.
In addition to the 7 core structures, the Tn (GalNAc[alpha]1-Ser/Thr) and sialyl Tn [NeuAc[alpha]2-6GalNAc[alpha]1-Ser/ Thr; where NeuAc is N-acetylneuraminic acid (sialic acid)] epitopes can be distinguished.